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Ines Fuchs

Ines Fuchs
Ines Fuchs, usually billed as simply Ines, is a German multi-instrumentalist, with a synth-based, modern-styled mixture of hard-rock and symphonic neo-prog.
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Ines Project — Slipping into the Unknown Ines Project — Slipping into the Unknown
(Tempus Fugit 20733, 2002, CD)
Ines — The Flow Ines — The Flow
(Tempus Fugit 726221-2, 1999, CD)
Ines — Eastern Dawning Ines — Eastern Dawning
(Music Is Intelligence WMMS098, 1996, CD)
Ines — Hunting the Fox Ines — Hunting the Fox
(Music Is Intelligence WMMS-051, 1994, CD)

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